George Berger is the author of Levellers: State Education/No University. He has written articles for Amnesty International, Melody Maker, and Sounds.
"Lucid in recounting their dealings with freaks, coppers, and punks
the band's voices predominate, and that's for the best."
"For people a little fed up with the apolitical nature of most pop and indie rock, this book is an excellent guide for how to empower yourself . . . and yet is honest about feelings of persecution, impotence, and struggles to communicate with others of your own amorphous ideology when you take the pirate's path." --Scribes Sounding Off: A Brief Unity of Time in Vortex
"[Crass] sowed the ground for the return of serious anarchism in the early eighties." --Jon Savage, England's Dreaming